06:13 - Fearmeister Yea, I never even finished that album and I was a massive Agalloch fanboi
05:45 - Apothecary Marrow Of The Spirit is definitely underrated, not sure why people say Agalloch went downhill with that album. I definitely don't think they ended on a strong note with Serpent & The Sphere though
23:59 - Netzach Czerny, I get your point but I'd say the same about "Ashes"... It just gets too droney and gaze-ish in sections. Limbs and Not Unlike the Waves are awesome though... The Mantle has this "whiskey fueled regret"-feel I adore
23:55 - Netzach Btw, AMA on Reddit with A.A Nemtheanga if anyone's interested [link]
Swedish melodic death metallers Amon Amarth have released part two of their mini-documentary Forging Mjölnir which has three parts in total. The mini-documentary was filmed and directed by Luke Daley and celebrates the upcoming release of their ninth studio offering Deceiver Of The Gods. The latest fifteen-minute segment which sees Amon Amarth members recalling their earliest metal memories as well as the band's primitive beginning can be seen here by logging in with your Facebook account.
Amon Amarth have released two songs so far from their new album, "Shape Shifter" and "Deceiver Of The Gods". The new album drops in North America via Metal Blade Records on June 25th, in Europe on June 21st/24th and Japan on June 26th.
You can also watch the first part of the mini-documentary below if you still haven't seen it.
I literally didnt learn anything new about Loki that I havent already learned from the Thor movie and wikipedia..
At least it was interesting to hear about Jonah's relationship with mythology and him disproving the long-standing rumours of him being a practicing pagan. Also some insight into their lyrical process was interesting, not bad.